COVID-19 Lessons Learned
Julie Pursley, MSHI, RHIA, CHDA, FAHIMA
Health Information professionals have encountered many new challenges since the onset of COVID-19 including how patient care is delivered and documented during a pandemic response. Attendees will explore various health information lessons learned, rapid change in workflows, and considerations for the post-pandemic environment.
CEU: 1.0 – Evolving Topics
Bridging the Gap Between Coding, CDI and Quality
Heather Gladden, CCS
This presentation focuses on bridging the gap between coding, CDI and quality. We will focus on how these teams intertwine and how technology can help them better collaborate while helping to bridge the gap for a more streamlined workflow, increased productivity and enhanced reporting. There is an old adage that says; “You can’t manage what you can’t measure.”
CEU: 1.0 – Data Structure, Content and Information Governance
Three P’s to Effective Pandemic Response for HIM Leaders
Erin Head, MBA, RHIA, CHDA, CCS, CHTS-TR
COVID-19 has left healthcare organizations asking “do we have the critical information, assets and processes to be better prepared to respond to future waves?”
Specifically, are we able to:
PLAN- Sharpen processes necessary to improve response to future crises;
PIVOT- Act quickly to support new treatment and service delivery demands;
PERSEVERE- Enable the business insight and resilience required to minimize future care delivery and revenue cycle disruptions.
Join us to explore HIM’s role in pandemic preparedness along with best practices to elevate information access, governance and security across today’s rapidly changing, and increasingly virtual, healthcare environment.
CEU: 1.0 – Organizational Management and Leadership
Patient Self Scheduling – Major Catalyst for MPI Errors
Megan Pruente, MPH, RHIA
Dana Victor, RHIT
Attendees will learn how self-registration workflows are negatively impacting MPI’s at an alarming rate and how these practices are impacting patient identity. Since these practices are not going away, attendees will learn about best practices for managing the increased workload. Presenters will also examine some of the ways UCSD has addressed these concerns with their patient population and will also share lessons learned related to vaccination efforts, many of which require
CEU: 1.0 – Informatics, Analytics, and Data Use